Fall Sports · Volleyball

Florida sweeps South Carolina, improves to 14-2

FINAL: FLORIDA 3, SOUTH CAROLINA 0

COLUMBIA, SC-  The Florida Gators defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks in women’s volleyball on Sunday in straight sets.  The Gators were led by junior Rhamat Alhassan and senior Alex Holston as the duo combined for 27 points.  The Gators improved to 14-2 and 4-1 in SEC action.  South Carolina fell to 13-4 and 1-4 in SEC play.
Game Summary:

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th FINAL
FLORIDA 25 25 25 X X 3
S.CAROLINA 14 19 19 X X 0

 

Alhassan and Holston led the charge for Florida, which recorded 53 points to South Carolina’s 36.  Florida won every team statistic, including recording ten more kills and five more blocks than their opponent.  Alhassan recorded ten kills and six blocks.  Allie Monserez, who started her collegiate career at South Carolina before transferring to Florida, again led the Gators in assists.  Freshman Rachael Kramer contributed 8 kills and 5 blocks to the Florida effort.

KILLS LEADERS:

FLORIDA S. CAROLINA
Holston               11 Legros                   6
Alhassan             10 Shields                  5

 

BLOCKS LEADERS:

FLORIDA S. CAROLINA
Alhassan            6 Angermiller         3
Kramer               5 Legros                   2

 

DIGS LEADERS:

FLORIDA S. CAROLINA
Knop                   17 Kirkland                9
Monserez          8 Ezell                       5

 

ASSISTS LEADERS:

FLORIDA S. CAROLINA
Monserez          33 Ezell                        10

 

ACES LEADERS:

FLORIDA S. CAROLINA
Knop                    2 Two Tied            1

 

WHAT’S NEXT:

FLORIDA GATORS AT LSU TIGERS

SATURDAY OCTOBER 15, 2016 at 8:00 PM

PETE MARAVICH ASSEMBLY CENTER

(Photo courtesy of FloridaGators.com)

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